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without our own john dickerson. on the other side, bob shrum, longtime democratic consultant, now a contributor for the the "daily beast." and john fund writes for the conservative magazine "national review." you know, we've got to talk about the weather this morning, folks. i thought this would be the one thing that wouldn't be entering into this campaign that has a little of of everything else. ruth, what do you think the impact of this thing could be? >> who knew the october surprise was going to be a hurricane? we've had everything else in this campaign. why not that. i think the really interesting phenomenon with the hurricane, or frankenstorm, or whatever we're going to end up calling it, is its intersection with this other new tom none, which is early voting. we don't really have election day in america anymore. we have election month. and the democrats have actually been a little bit ahead of republicans in 2008, and possibly this cycle. they've certainly been feeling very good about their early voting turnout operation, get out the vote is not just get out the vote on ele
stories above the street. it's a precarious situation and john miller has been looking into it. john? >> reporter: anthony, i'm just back there from the scene and what you have there was hard to believe when you saw it. you have a crane that is at the top of a 90 story building in the process of being built. this is on west 57th street just down the street from our broadcast center here and this is the street that is home to carnegie hall, the iconic russian tea roomhe steinway piano factory and all of it's been evacuated because the boom on that crane snapped off and is hanging over the street. now, authorities say if the rest of it breaks loose it could fall at such a velocity and hit with such an impact it could pierce the pavement, it could hit gas lines, water mains, steam lines and cause real disaster. so it's not a disaster yet, it's kind o a disaster waiting to happen. they're hoping that it won't, that they can tie steel cables to that boom, reattach it to the building, wait until after the storm passes and then dismantle it and take it down in a million pieces. but right no
't be flummoxed on sunday. join bob on "face the nation." his guests will include republican senator john mccain of arizona. the meningitis outbreak has claimed a 25th life today. 331 cases have now been reported in 18 states. we knew that the victims were victims of contaminated steroids produced by a massachusetts pharmacy, but what the f.d.a. told us today about that pharmacy came as quite a surprise. here's dr. jon lapook. >> reporter: the food and drug administration tested 50 vials suspected to be a source of contamination in the meningitis outbreak. they found all 50 were contaminated by bacteria or fungus. the f.d.a. says internal n.e.c.c. documents show the company tested a vial from the same lot in august and labeled it sterile. the inspection also focused on the clean room at n.e.c.c. a clean room like this one is where ingredients are mixed to make sterile medication. the f.d.a. discovered n.e.c.c.'s own monitoring repeatedly found mold and bacteria growing on walls and surfaces. equipment used to sterilize medicine had "greenish-yellow discoloration" and "air ducts were dirty."
the latest from republican senator john mccain, and obama supporter mayor rahm emanuel of chicago. plus analysis from ruth marcus of the "washington post." mark leibovich of the "new york times magazine." bob shrum of the the "daily beast." john fund of the "national review." and cbs news political director, john dickerson. here comes the storm because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning again. welcome to "face the nation." and if there were not enough political and weather news, add this-- an earthquake that measures a magnitude of 7.7 has taken place off the coast of western canada. no injuries or damage reported so far there. so we're going to start with the big storm up the east coast of the united states, hurricane sandy. for that, we go to chief meteorologist david bernard from our miami, florida, station wfor. dave, tell us what you know. >> reporter: all right, good morning, bob. all right the weather is starting to affect the mid-atlantic states and the outer ban
. republican argue though that ohio's economy will be better with a republican in the white house. john kasich is the governor. >> if romney wins i believe we're going to see a significantly improved economy, that's why i'm for him. >> reporter: more than 800,000 people have voted early in ohio so far, allowing both parties to separate those who cast ballots from those who may need a bit more coaxing. the ones now getting analyzed with microscopic intensity. bob bennett is chairman of ohio's republican party. >> i think that if most people knew the type of information that we had in our database, that they would be shocked, and probably not too happy with it. >> reporter: and it does seem a bit intrusive as both campaigns draw conclusions about who to pursue based on things like what churches they attend, what cars they drive. an jeff, even what magazines they read. >> glor: dean reynolds, thank you. later a running club that offers a new path for the homeless. floods in venice leaving tourists with a sinking feeling. and the big impact of a senate race in big sky country-- montana. those stor
to ask: siri... what happened to ive john forestall >>> apple is staying pretty tight-lipped act a sudden shakeup -- about a sudden shakeup at the top. but we knew who to ask about it. siri, what happened to apple executive john forstall? >> checking on that. would you like me to search the web for what happened to apple executive john forstall? >> actually, it's scott forstall, but she couldn't find it anyway. he headed up apple's mobile software unit. turns out siri didn't know where he went or happened. but the wall street journal reports he was asked to leave after refusing to own up to bugs in apple's new mapping service. and the company's new retail chief, john browett, is also gone after just five months on the job. he also presided over some missteps, most notably cutting hours at apple stories, a move the company acknowledged as a mistake. >>> a man who walked into the path of a light rail train never saw it coming. but he probably should have. cbs 5 reporter kiet do shows us it's just the latest example of a smartphone leading to a not- so-smart move. >> reporter: we arrived on
and third rails are covered with sludge. m.t.a. workman john o'neil went down for a look in the south ferry station and reported back. >> it's probably up to the two poles from the top. full to the top. forget about it. >> reporter: even after the water has gone away, 6,200 subway cars must be inspected along with 600 miles of track and 468 subway stations. >> the m.t.a. last night faced a disaster as devastating at it has ever faced. >> reporter: joe loda is chairman of the metropolitan transit authority. >> sandy wreaked havoc on the entire transportation system, the subways, buses, metro north and the long island railroad. in every single borough of the city and every single county of the m.t.a. region. >> reporter: utility workers are pumping water round the clock, water that engulfed cars and flooded underground power equipment. nearly 250,000 customers are out of power in manhattan alone. no power means no traffic lights in lower manhattan and no lights means chaos at intersections. and no mass transit makes these the most sought-after vehicle in new york. you're the most popular guy
the water was. >> reporter: nearby john patricia says he was lucky. his house in the family for 52 years will only have to be gutted. >> unfortunately, that's just the way life is, you know? you have to accept it, and that's the end of it. >> reporter: elsewhere on the jersey shore, fires ignited by natural gas leaks destroyed more than a dozen homes. in bayhead, first responders drove through the flooded streets in a front-end loader look for stranded residents. others put on hip-waders to walk through town. some used canoes and kayaks. where it is safe to drive, there are long waits for gasoline. this line stretched more than a mile on the garden state pa parkway. back here in long beach island, scott, people who lived along the beach here did evacuate. when they return, they will have to decide whether to build so close to the waves. >> pelley: well, can chip, how long will it be before those folks can get back into those homes to see what they've lost? >> reporter: well, scott, we're told by the mayor of long beach island that it's going to be at least a week. it's going to take that
points. in sunday the state's republican governor john kasich said romney has the momentum. >> i believe right now we are currently ahead. internals show us currently ahead. honestly think that romney's going to carry ohio and you know i haven't been saying this. i now believe it's going to happen. >> reporter: romney canceled a campaign event tomorrow in new hampshire. his campaign is not overly alarmed by all the cancelations because he's focusing instead >>> we are looking at dense fog around the bay area looking toward coit tower. the giant orange as the giants have won the world series. the fog is going to lift today. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. seeing delays at sfo for over an hour because of the fog. 70s, low 80s inland. and 60s coast side. next couple days looking nice. slight chance of showers on wednesday. >>> the approaching hurricane is forcing hundreds of thousands of traveler tos to change their plans. we'll show how long it could take for airline schedules to return to normal. >>> also, what you need to do if your flight has been canceled. >>> and for the
is a word i would not news. >> reporter: it is no surprise, that you do have to wonder how much sleep john skeleton lost thinking about the 49ers defense, that allowed the fewest yards in the league and are ready to pounce on an offensive line line that has allowed the most sacks in the nfl. >> kim, see you after the game. alex smith was probably playing the best football of his career but has taken a few steps back. look at the difference in quarterback rating. the first five games over 100. the last two, 58.8. only one touchdown since the last giants game. and four interceptions compared to one in the first five weeks. should there be reason for concern right now about alex smith? >> sure. he has been struck -- struggling the last couple weeks. we are talking about two of the best defenses in the league. i think he will rebound. that is particular -- typical of the style of football he plays. i think we'll see that tonight. he will take a dunk and dunk and underneath throw. >> exactly. and john skeleton will start at quarterback. this is a football team that started the year winning four
than 70 stories up. it is right down the street from this building. john miller spoke with two city engineers who took on the dangerous task of making sure the crane doesn't fall to the street below. >> reporter: during the storm that snapped the boom off the crane with winds gusting through and swinging the hanging boom back and forth two new york city building department engineers had to get to the top of the building and answer the question would the boom hold or come crashing down? for most of the long climb the only way up was the stairs. >> i've never heard anything as loud as wind howling in my life as we got to the 48th floor and you have to apply so much pressure to open the door. i was with him. we got into the hallway and you could almost get sucked right out. >> reporter: michael and timothy had to check each of the structural braces that held the tower with the crane on top the side of the building. >> we were concerned about the upper most part. if that tie had failed that means the mast could fall. 1,000-foot mast. >> reporter: if the climb up was perilous it was noth
and a chunk of new york city goes dark. john miller takes us along as the nypd responds to a historic emergency on "cbs this morning." halloween's here and we're at walmart with amanda talking about the walmart low price guarantee. that's your receipt from another store? you know it! let's put it to the test. butterfinger! nestle crunch! baby ruth! oh my gosh, i love candy! and if you find a lower advertised price they'll match it at the register. that means i can buy more! oh my, gosh! that's the walmart low price guarantee! see for yourself! bring in your last receipt and see how much you can save. save more on the candy your family loves with hauntingly low prices on all their nestle favorites. get more halloween for your money, guaranteed. walmart! ready or not, here i come! [ male announcer ] tim and richard smucker have always loved the taste of just-picked fruit. so it's no wonder why today smucker's makes the world's best jam. found ya! you always find me. you always hide here. [ male announcer ] with a name like smucker's it has to be good. when it comes to getting m
internal targets and the romney campaign is doing much better than john mccain did in 2008. that secondary aspect, doing better than john mccain is insufficient. john mccain did virtually nothing in early voting. the romney campaign is doing much better but it's a low bar. the obama campaign feels very good about its own metrics and believes by the time election day actually arrives, they'll have sizeable leads in new hampshire, iowa, nevada and possibly even in florida, enough to carry those states across the finish line. >> major, thanks. cbs is projecting that four out of ten voters will have voted by election day. >> 31% in 2008, could be as high as 40%. this is becoming a huge and important trend in american presidential politics. >> thank you, major. >> major garret, thank you so much. >>> time to show you some of this morning's headlines from around the globe. los angeles times says a gunman opened fire at a halloween party on the university of southern california campus. four people were wounded and two people have been detained. officials shut down the campus and urged students to
the election. >>> john dickerson will take us through the road map to victory for each candidate. >>> we begin with a look at today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> red cross should have been here. there should be -- i have a knife on my stoop, waiting for someo someone. >> millions of americans spend another night in the dark. >> we're going to die. we're going to freeze. >> frustration is being felt by hundreds of communities in new york and new jersey. >> no supplies. our kids are homeless, they're cold. >> millions still have no power. long lines for just the little gas that's still left. >> it's a dog fight i hear. >> this is like preapocalyptic scenario. >> would you like to see inside? >> what does it look like in there? >> pretty awful. >>> if you vote for me, we'll win this election, we'll keep moving forward. >> the signs out front forward, i think forewarned is a better word. >> don't you want this election over with already? >> the important october jobs report, just released, 171,000 jobs have been added. that's more than what was expected. >>> lottery winner claims her
manhattan. john miller takes us inside what went wrong. >> but we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>> it's the worst thing that happened in this city, certainly, since 9/11. >> millions in the northeast struggle in the wake of hurricane sandy. >> the death toll continues to rise as a result of the storm. >> more than 6.5 million people are still without electricity. >> very difficult day. >> new jersey certainly hit the hardest. >> itis sight of devastation that makes it look as if there had been a bombing there. >> rescue teams trying to go house to house helping those who could not leave on their own. >> trapped in their house for 24 hours now. no cold. no heat. no electric. a lot of them were just tired. >> it could take days before subway lines are running normal in new york city. >> you're the most popular guy in the city today, huh? >> yes, sir. >> wall street up and running today for the first time since superstorm sandy blew ashore. >> breezy point was absolutely devastated. it was completely leveled. >> we're just devastated from th
. a software developer john forstall with apple for 15 years in charge of mobile development. "new york times" says his ouster comes down to the flap over the map replacement of google maps saying that he refused to sign an apology for the issues surrounding that which eventually forced ceo tim cook to apologize publicly. never good when your boss has to apologize for something you didn't want to do and also the company's retail met john browett out after six months on the job at apple. we'll see how wall street reacts to all the news when it reopens. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. >>> we are following breaking news right now. firefighters are battling a house fire in san jose. you can see the crews are trying to work on this house. many people in the neighborhood are out there watching. this is the scene on linda flores street. crews were called out about an hour ago and again, several fire trucks are on the scene. residents are standing outside. our crew on the scene is trying to get latest information for us and as soon as we get more, we'll bring it to you. >>
not be lost." pretty good stuff. ...a letter written by john hancock with a real john hancock signature. and for 20th century buffs, there was the original reading copy of fdr's 1937 inaugural address-- this one... >> president franklin roosevelt: one third of a nation, ill housed, ill clad, ill nourished... >> rosenstein: it was a rainy day. in fact, the reading copy of the speech, the document the president read from that day was waterlogged. and you can see that on the document that we seized from mr. landau. >> simon: and landau didn't just steal from historical libraries. he had taken his campaign of kindness all the way to the white house, befriending president clinton's former secretary, betty currie, who made the mistake of inviting landau to her house. landau was pretty good at making friends with people who could help him, wasn't he? he spent nights at her place. >> brachfeld: bad, bad offer to invite him into your house. >> simon: he arrived at her house with one suitcase and left with two. >> brachfeld: the assistant u.s. attorney actually upped that. i think he said it was
't return. game tied at 6 late in the first half when arenas muffs the fair catch. the long snapper john condo hustles down and makes the recovery. raiders at the kansas city 11 and they cash in. carson palmer to denarius moore, his third straight game with a touchdown for moore. raiders lead 13-6. third quarter palmer strikes again. darius heyward-bey there he goes 32 yard score and the raiders were up 23-9. kansas city has not led a single game this year. quinn's replacement matt cassel picked off by matt lee. the raiders forced four turnovers and win their second straight game 26-16 is the final. >> we executed better. you know, and -- that's part of the way that it is in the national football league. i mean you don't play you know, the same every week. the key is, can you overcome when you don't play well and still win football games? that's what we were able to do last week. i think this week we came out and i think we executed well from the very beginning of the game. >> we've come into the very difficult environment. it's a rough crowd to play in front of. they're great, they're g
to be home. >> reporter: a united flight from new york's john f. kennedy airport was one of the first to arrive in the bay area. stranded bay area-bound travelers say the past few days have been quite stressful. >> i was staying at a hotel. they took very good care of us until the power went out. >> no cell phones. you couldn't call anyone. a bit crazy. >> it was terrifying. we have a niece who works on wall street. she takes the staten island ferry. there's no dock anymore. >> reporter: while both kennedy and newark airports resumed some operations today, laguardia remains closed due to heavy flooding. >> i was supposed to come home sunday night and they cancelled my flight. this is the first flight i could get on. >> you landed in the bay area tonight. how did that feel? >> good. >> reporter: outbound flights to the new york area are once again departing from here in the bay area. i'm mark sayre, cbs 5. >>> we call it the least expensive, most effective anti- theft device ever created. >> it would save taxpayers millions. so why isn't it being used in the bay area? >>> i'm tired. i'
, where is the justice? cbs 5 reporter john ramos on his courtroom antics. >> reporter: in a martinez courtroom the justice system is playing itself out. but for those who have to endure it, it doesn't feel much like justice. >> we know what happens basically. he has confessed to it several times in court. we just have to go through the process. that's the endurance part that's really heart. >> reporter: he is on trial for the 2009 murder of his ex- girlfriend, deborah ann ross, and her friend, ersie everette. burris allegedly shot them both in a jealous rage at the toll plaza of the richmond/san rafael bridge where ross worked as a tolltaker but because burris is acting as his own attorney at trial the families of the victims are having insult added to their injuries. >> he is allowed to say so many outrageous and really hurtful things to the family. >> the things that he said about [ bleep ] my family and he don't give a [ bleep ] you know -- >> reporter: he said that in open court? >> yeah, he said that on tuesday. >> he said he really didn't care, they were dead, he was glad he s
street journal" reports john forestall has asked to leave after refusing to own up to the bugs in the new mapping service. he headed the mobile software unit. the company's new retail chief john browat is also gone after only five months on the job. >>> 5:50. a man talking on his cell phone was hit by a train in san jose yesterday afternoon. a witness said the man was running against a red light across first street on component drive and apparently holding an iphone to his left ear. his baseball cap was also turned to the left weather may have blocked his view of the oncoming train. >> the cap was going this way probably blocking the sun. when he walked by, boom. that's it. >> that victim was hit by corner of the train and sent him flying about 7 feet. he was then removed in an ambulance. this is the latest example of a problem of people walking while texting or talking and getting hurt. it happens on market street all the time. walking down and bumping into people right and left. >> he is lucky he is going to be okay. you have to pay attention. >> apparently it just clipped him. >>> how
supervisor john goya says ignoring the law could jeopardize the fund. >> the irs could do away with our tax-exempt status if we don't follow this state law. >> reporter: a classic case of spiking. san ramon valley fire cheap craig bowen retired with a base pension of $193,000. add in unused sick leave, standby pay, management pay, car allowance, administrative leave and topped with $28,000 of unused vacation, brings his pension to $295,000 a year for life. today's decision would have prevented him from adding the unused vacation. sciu contra costa president alan cohen says while there have been abuses, he still defends the practice. >> private sector has nothing like this. >> that's -- that's true. and it's -- it's only true because of the slow erosion over the past 30 years of -- of unions. >> reporter: without a real option the board voted. >> 7 yeses and 2 nos. motions passes. >> reporter: and the lawyers are lining up. >> we sue them, they sue the state we sue the state. everybody sues everybody. rather than being reactionary like they are i might sit back and couple months see what sha
are planning to walk off the job tomorrow. they say it is a fight for their survival. cbs 5 reporter john ramos tells us the advantage nurses say they have to get management to listen. >> reporter: at their union office in downtown oakland, nurses are gearing up for a one- day strike tomorrow morning at seven bay area sutter healthcare hospital. >> we are going to have yet another strike against sutter. >> reporter: if this all sounds familiar maybe it's because they did the same thing in july. and june. and may. in fact, if you count the hospitals individually there have been more than 70 work stoppages in the past two years. >> for the nurses it's going to be whatever it takes as long as it takes. there's no -- this isn't a game for the nurses. this is life and death. >> reporter: the series of 24- hour strikes have forced sutter to hire temporary replacement staff on expensive five-day contracts. and the strategy has had some success with management backing down at several area hospitals in the last year. >> i think it has been quite effective. >> reporter: ken jacobs studies labor trends fo
who have gone missing during a visit to washington. john miller has details of that and more a little later on cbs "this morning." as always, i appreciate you watching. i'm terrell brown in new york. take care, everybody. have a great day and a great weekend. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com introducing the new droid razr maxx hd by motorola. now more than ever droid does. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good morning, everyone. it is friday, and we are happy, it's november 2, i' frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. let's check the weather at 4:30. lawrence is live with the preview of the second bay
. >> reporter: a few blocks away from judi, con ed workers like john sullivan and his crew are pulling grates off of flooded transformer vaults. in go pumps and out flows water. the vaults hold transformers that are supposed to work even after being submerged, but they need to be checked. >> this particular transformer is made to go underwater so it should be fine. atsed on our experience it should be absolutely fine. >> reporter: of the 3.2 million customers without power, 80% of them are in new york or new jersey. >> we've got more chocolate chip cookies coming out very shortly. ut reporter: the fallout from sandy had people in englewood, eew jersey, heading to mr. todd's pie shop to charge their phones four days later. power companies from virginia to california have sent equipment and workers to help. >> all this food is being thrown out. >> reporter: the cavalry will arrive a bit too late to save paul nick kapblg's inventory at his restaurant overlooking new york harbor. a six figure loss. you don't seem too upset by this. >> listen, you wrap your wounds, you heal, and you go on. >> repo
: john fakara is the editor in chief of mad magazine, which believe it or not turns 60 this year. >> you wanted to do romney boo-boo >> reporter: he has been at the magazine for 32 years. >> we are the guys that were sitting in the cafeteria making fun of everybody. shooting milk out of our nose and doing all those other things. we just get paid for it now. i mean that's basically it. >> reporter: make fun of everything. that's pretty much the credo of mad. from film spoofs of jaws to those twilight vampire movies. to pot shots at politicians of all stripes. here's president richard nixon and vice president spiro agnew, famously dressed up like the con men from the sting. young readers weren't just getting a good laugh. they were learning to read between the punch lines. >> the thing about mad that's always been great and it's our one threat to the years is to question authority. to realize that most people are lying to you. even if they don't mean to >> mad readers knew that an ad for cigarettes was kind of a joke. a sick one. >> only to expose pomposity and dumbness and hidden agendas.
at this final stretch before election day. bob schieffer chats with republican senator john mccain and chicago mayor rom emanuel today. big question, what do both candidates need to do to win this race for the white house? and that's on face the nation at 8:30 a.m. here on cbs 5. >>> coming up, why schools are always on the chopping block when it comes to the state budget. anales from governor -- ans from the governor. >>> day of answers ahead. what bay area volunteers at this phone bank are encouraging voters to do. >> and we will meet a man who believes changing a mind set can change the future. hear how he changed his own course in life and doing the same for other young people. we will be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,, through sunday, get sleep train's very best mattresses at the guaranteed lowest price. plus, pay no interest for 3 years on the best brand-name mattress sets. but the best rest event ends sunday at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ whether to approve a tax >>> an election day little over a week away, californians will decide whether or not to approve a tax
the east coast. the nation's largest city is shut down. john miller is at the nypd's emergency command center. inside look at how they are dealing with this. plus 8 days to election day. we're with both candidates as this storm disrupts the campaign. that and more when we see you at 7:00. >> all right. thank you so much. and cbs this morning starts at 7:00. >> can you imagine if this storm hit next week at election day. >> they are going to be cleaning up for this. probably going to affect the election. hurricane sandy is headed toward the eastern sea board. bring with it stormy conditions. could come on shore later on this evening. locally, patchy dense fog out the door and looks like it is going to lift into the afternoon. foggy start for many of us with some of the visibility less. sunshine creeps in and mild temperatures outside. and chance of spooky showers. high pressure in place right now. storm clouds to the north. we're going to stay dry for now. we have a storm system off the coastline. likely to bring clouds our way into halloween. we start out the day with patchy fog early
newborns are among hundreds of patients evacuated from a crippled hospital. dr. john lapook was there. he checks in on the babies. i love -- look at the baby's eyes in this picture. he checks in on the babies in need of special care. that and more at 7:00. there's a happy ending to that story. >> thank you, gayle. the show starts at 7:00 on cbs 5. >>> 6:51. a search orange and black is building in san francisco right now. >> people wasted no time in staking out the best spots here along the parade route. we'll show you the preparations in store for today and the best way to get here. [ male announcer ] jay likes it when his mobile phone helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. rescued in the new york are. a new york police helicopter rescued six people from thef tops of flooded homes on stn island. >>> victims of
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